P Pierre Ciric is a founding partner of the Ciric Law Firm, PLLC. Pierre represents French, American and European businesses, non-profits, and individuals in the United States before American jurisdictions. He specializes in commercial litigation, cultural heritage law, non-profit law, as well as trust and estate law. A Parisian with an M.B.A. from one of France’s most prestigious business schools, “École des Hautes Études Commerciales de Paris,” Pierre not only has a nuanced understanding of how businesses grow through strategic foresight but also a keen sense of how best to bring business cultures together successfully. Prior to founding the Ciric Law Firm, PLLC, he held senior marketing and financial control positions in the United States at Pfizer, Inc., Sterling Winthrop, and Sanofi-Aventis. Pierre also gained significant litigation experience at Proskauer Rose, where he represented health-care clients against New York regulatory authorities. Pierre also acquired significant class action litigation experience at the National Center for Law and Economic Justice, representing low-income families, individuals, and communities in litigating their rights to certain federal benefit programs, such as Medicaid or food stamps. Pierre is currently the Vice President of the French American Bar Association, a non-profit bar association based in New York gathering a large number of Franco-American lawyers and jurists across all United States. Pierre is also a member of the Professional Ethics Committee of the New York County Lawyers Association and a board member of the New York Law School Alumni Association. Pierre received his juris doctorate summa cum laude from New York Law School where he was an Executive Board Member and Notes Editor of the New York Law School Review. Due to his vast knowledge and expertise in cultural heritage law, Pierre has been interviewed by a number of daily and weekly news outlets over the years, such as the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, the BBC, and others.